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Short afternoon trip on 6/6 and the fish were spread out from 85 fow out

we hooked 3 and all were kings 2 went back in but this one was to wounded to survive

he was just over 10 lbs and is now in the smoker .

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1 hour ago, fjrider said:

We’re you running flashers/flies or spoons? Thanks for the report Doc! 

We were running all spoons and the action came on 2 on NK 28 frog with the silver back and 1 fish on black ladderback NK 28. All on the riggers and zip on the Chinook divers ? 

 

 

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6 hours ago, baitballin86 said:

Thanks for the report will be heading out this weekend I will share my report !!!

I talked to folks at the dock who went deep and the did even better than we did. out around 250- to 300 FOW

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 I read your report last night as I was headed to Sodus this am. You were right on the money I started marking fish at 75 feet, first fish hit before I got the second downrigger set.

it got better out a bit farther and the farther east I went. All spoon bit, did not get a hit on a fly.

thanks for your help

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I expect that things are going to get even better soon . I plan on getting out again by next week and think that

using an old trick of a small dodger with a smaller spoon about 3 feet behind it will work well now. Haven't seen that

used much after about 2000 ..

 

Dr W

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Try running your NK 28 spoons behind a dipsey with no flasher, that was my best combo yesterday

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